Letters Tobacco use in low and middle income countries
Roadside tobacco advertising in IndiaBMJ 2022; 378 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o2291 (Published 23 September 2022) Cite this as: BMJ 2022;378:o2291
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- Sunil Kumar Raina, professor and head of community medicine,
- Sakshi Supehia, project coordinator
- Department of Community Medicine, Dr R P Government Medical College, Tanda, India
Theilmann and colleagues conclude that their study “can inform the design and targeting of efforts to reduce tobacco use in low and middle income countries and serve as a benchmark for monitoring progress towards national and international goals.”1
Reaching a state of tobacco control in low and middle income countries like India will need the involvement of multiple stakeholders. But more importantly the government …
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